- "Medical Breakthrough of the Week"
- "Name That Drug"
- "Dr. Ken's Recalls of the Week"
- Plus These Stories:
U.S. Hospitals Overuse, Misuse Antibiotics, CDC Says (Vital Signs: Improving Antibiotic Use Among Hospitalized Patients, 3/4/14)
Alzheimer’s Kills Many More Than Expected (Neurology, 3/5/14)
Secondhand Smoke in Childhood Thickens Arteries (European Heart Journal, 3/4/14)
Caffeine dependence tied to physical, emotional problems (Multiple sources, 3/5/14)
Does staring at screens ruin your eyes? (Multiple sources)
Ranbaxy recalls some batches of generic Lipitor in latest quality blow (Multiple sources, 3/8/14)
Vitamin D May Help in Fight Against Breast Cancer (Anticancer Research, 3/6/14)
Pfizer Recalls Effexor Antidepressant (Multiple sources, 3/7/14)
Daylight Saving Time May Disrupt Your Sleep (Multiple sources, 3/7/14)
Cautious Optimism About 'Cure' for Babies With HIV (Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections, 3/6/14)
E-Cigarette Use Tied to More Smoking in Teens (JAMA Pediatrics, 3/6/14)
Lashing out with angry outbursts increases heart, stroke risk (European Heart Journal, 3/14)
More injuries from distracted walking than distracted driving (Multiple sources, 3/6/14)